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  • Jono Zalay - Standup comedian
  • David Elms (comedian) - (Standup comedian, UK television and stage actor, improviser) (
  • Kostas Mincu - Romanian comedy and drama actor
  • Poppy Begum - Reporter, Assistant Producer.(Citation needed)
  • Barry Katz - [12]Jay Mohr[13]Last Comic Standing[14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21]
  • August Maturo - Actor portraying the character Augie Matthews on "Girl Meets World"; portrayed future Marvin Erickson on "How I Met Your Mother" in season 8's episode "Who Wants to be a Godparent?"
  • Malinda Kathleen Reese, American comedienne, singer, actress and performer, born on June 27 1994, she got world wide attention when her version of "let it go" was feature on John Oliver video about Translators in 2014. Her Trainslator Fails channel has 715K subscribers and 67 million views. She also has a personal covers/original channel. She has her own EP/Album coming soon [22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31]
  • Perry Kurtz - multi-media comedian; dances and sings as well as telling true life stories and engaging the audience to be part of and stars of the show, as he creates the show around and with the crowd.No two shows are ever alike, even if they are for the same crowd in the same location. Perry is former male stripper from 1979-1984 in San Francisco, when he was the manager, host, and a dance at The Off Broadway on Broadway , which was the ONLY Male Strip Show in San Francisco for Women. Perry is most well known for his unusual rap talent of freestyling about whatever is happening in the room as it happens to ANY song with live bands and a karaoke bars. he can't enter a karaoke club without someone asking, "What are you going to rap to tonight?Has credits in television on The Tonight Show 2015, America's Got Talent 2013, Let's Make A Deal (winner) 2013, America's Funniest People 1982, Love Connection (got picked) 1984, We the People with Gloria Allread 2015, Partners in Crime 1986, Extreme Gong (winner) 1998, The Good Time Cafe ABC 1985, Dangerfield's Young Comedians Special HBO 1984. In Commercials - CREA, Canadian Real Estate Agency, 2015, Meijer Groceries - Tiki Torch 2016. Star of Drinking Beer and Smoking Cigarettes on YouTube with over 2 million views. LA Comedy Awards Winner for Most Hilarious Standup Comedian 2009, 2010,2011. Also the proud father of a beautiful 11 year old girl who has performed comedy with him in different locations. Perry also appears regularly in Comedy Clubs, Blues Clubs, Senior/Retirement & Convalescent locations, as well as Elks Lodges, Apartments, Corporate events, Private Parties, Festivals, Mobile Estates, Unions, and Foster Homes, while tailoring each show about and including the audience.
  • David Vox Mullen - American Actor/Writer/Producer/Comedian/Singer/Host/Impressionist/Entertainer. [32] David Vox Mullen has written, produced and starred in the sketch comedy series "Windy City Rejects" [] and he is the CEO of the DVM Production Empire [] a multimedia company that produces music, television, film and podcasts. One of his most notable performances was his on stage portrayal of Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump in the stage show he produced call "We're Screwed: An Evening with Trump & Hillary". [] He was formerly the lead singer of the Rock group The Slipstream [] and is currently producing his 1st solo studio album since being with the band which is set to be released in 2017. He often goes by the tagline "The Man Of Many Talents" and with all of the different things he does, that is a title well deserved.
  • Josh T. Ryan - American Director and actor of comedy and drama. Award winning theatre artist from Los Angeles, California. Best known for his independent directing and acting in national theatre.[33][34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42] Ryan is a co-founding member of the avant-garde theatre company, Zombie Joe's Underground. The theatre collective was created in 1992, sighting the writings of Antonin Artaud as a large influence. Josh T. Ryan is mostly known for a versatile ability to combine multiple theatrical disciplines, academia, and alternative punk rock aesthetics to directing and acting for the stage and local art installations.[43][44][45][46][47][48][49] He is the executive producer, creator, and talent, on Showtime's unscripted hidden camera reality series Lock 'N Load, [50][51] [52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68] and the unscripted reality series The Hustler, for Spike TV. [69][70], Both television shows were based on his moonlighting work as a salesman. [71][72][73][74][75]
  • Rob Sherrell [Rob Sherrell is a comedian and writer from Indianapolis, IN. He currently attends Indiana University where he created the first major program in Stand-Up Comedy at the university and one of the first people to have a individualized major in it. He switched majors from a double in Political Science and Law & Policy to a curriculum he created himself in comedy. He’s been featured in USA Today College, The Indy Star, Comedy Hype, 812 Magazine, The Indiana Daily Student, Huffington Post LIVE, and The Herald Times with some radio and television coverage as well. This garnered the attention of Kevin Hart who met with Rob after a social media campaign called #RobMeetsKev. He then deemed Rob a “trailblazing” comedian. Since then, Rob has worked on various humor writing projects for Poor Choices Card Game, Collegefession as a regular contributing writer, the upcoming Prankline App, Comedy Hype as a guest contributor, Deloitte Consulting Firm, Virtustar Media Productions, and Champion Accountants among many others. His following on social media is one of his most prominent platforms with his tweets being featured in The Shade Room, People Magazine, Mashable, Buzzfeed, BET, Bro Bible, and Oxygen among other sites and publications. Rob has opened for Shawn Latham (Comedy Central), Action Bronson (BET), Ben Moore (Bob and Tom Show), Capital Cities (Grammy Nominated), Alex Ortiz (HBO), and Shaun Harris (BET). Currently, Rob produces a podcast called Empty Bottle Chronicles that was featured in USA Today and earned some attention from MTV. Rob also makes a cameo appearance in an upcoming independent film alongside Zachary Spicer called "The Good Catholic", starring Danny Glover and John McGinley. After venturing into filmmaking himself, Rob first short film, "Headphones" was an official selection of the 2017 Cause Film Festival and Iris Film Festival where it won the award for Best Narrative Film and Audience Choice. Rob also is the executive producer of his own late night show, "Hella Late with Rob Sherrell". This urban centric late nigh show is one with a modernized take on Arsenio Hall's late night show that aired in the 90s. This is the first late night talk show and the largest student production in the history Indiana University. It also remains to be one of the only Black executive produced student productions in the country.][76][77][78][79][80][81][82]



Dance people

Ballet people

Non-ballet dance people

  • Triplets Ghetto Kids (viral dance group from Kampala, Uganda, performed in French Montana's 2017 hit Unforgettable and the two viral videos for Sitya Loss by Eddy Kenzo; performers at BET awards 2017) (
  • Nighat Chaudry - kathak dancer, created an NGO for dance; [146]
  • Heather Cornell - master tap dancer; [147]
  • Blueprint Cru - Canadian hip-hop dance crew; runner ups of America's Best Dance Crew (season 5)
  • Hastha Lakshana Deepika - Dravidian writing about Dravidian performing arts and dances; notable as there are existing Wikipedia articles on the most prominent Dravidian art forms
  • Dkwan (Daniel Kwan) - new school popper, artist, and model; mostly dancer; [148]
  • Alexei Goloborodko - dancer and contortionist
  • Guta Hedewig - dancer and choreographer
  • Emily Hoffman - dancer, actress; started dancing in 2007 at age six, after training in gymnastics for several years; trains in all genres of dance in the Southern California area; protégé for Pulse on Tour 2013-14, a member of Trouble Makers, Boogiezone Armada Kidz, Collective Uth and iHollywood's 2012-13 Dance Company. Emily has been in dancing and acting TV commercials and short movies. Hasbro Twister Rave commercial aired during the Kids Choice Awards this year and My Living Spaces commercial aired during the 2010 Super Bowl; featured in an article in Dance Spirit Magazine as one of "Hip Hop's Next Generation." You can see her dancing in the Just Dance Kids 2 video game and the new Just Dance Kids 3 video game. You might have heard her voice in many national radio commercials. She also filmed several music videos, such as Glorified High by Sarah Jaffee. Her favorite dance style is hip hop but also loves contemporary and jazz and dancing all dance genres for several years, including ballroom and breaking; represented by The Movement Talent Agency
  • Courtney Jaros - Owner of Adrenaline Dance Studio, Jaros has worked with many professionals in her time and a notable person is redfoo and inspiring the moves in the music video to 'Juicy Wiggle'
  • Jordyn Jones - dancer from Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, singer, model for California Kisses Dance Wear
  • Junior (b-boy) (real name Bosila Banya) - breakdancer of the Wanted crew, 2001 winner of the Battle of the Year, 3rd place in the 2004 Red Bull BC One; mentioned (with photo) in The New York Times ([149]) called the "world's most recognised b-boy" by All Street Dance[150], 2007 winner of La France a un incroyable talent (interview after winning with Linternaute here), several videos with many millions of hits (like this, see one of the playlists here), due to polio his legs are lighter than normal
  • Sione Kelepi (aka Sione Maraschino) - plus-size male Tongan freestyle dancer; featured in the video for Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass,", Vine pioneer with more than 48 million loops, profiled on BuzzFeed, Complex, and The Daily Dot, originator of the "Maraschino Step," brother can move
  • Youssouf Koumbassa - formerly with the National Ballet of Guinea and in NYC with Les Ballets Bagata; West African dance instructor
  • Michael Leslie (dancer) - indigenous Australian dancer and choreographer; recipient of Red Ochre Award for lifetime achievement in indigenous dance
  • Jason Love (entertainer) - [151]; [152]; [153]; [154]; [155]; [156]; [157]
  • Luam - hip-hop and reggae dancer; choreographer; launched Wildchild Nation clothing company with Marc David and Traci
  • Sophia Lucia - dancer holding the Guinness World Record for the most number of consecutive pirouettes, model for California Kisses Dance Wear and dancer on Dance Moms for three episodes
  • Iveta Lukosiute - Strictly Come Dancing Professional dancer
  • Usha Nangiar - greatest living exponent of Nangiar Koothu; the ancient danceform of Kerala, India
  • Carolena Nericcio - creator of American tribal-style belly dance
  • Shade Nyx - bellydance, Bollywood, burlesque and fetish performer in Ottawa, Canada; medium cult following amongst vanilla burlesque fans, and fans of bellydance and Bollywood; dedicated fan base amongst the BDSM, Femdom/ Malesub, and ABDL communities; performs with Bollywood for Fun, Bellydancing for Fun, Rockalily Entertainment and Rockalily Burlesque, The Hip Bellydancers, The Browncoats Burlesque, The Sin Sisters, Bourbon and Spice, and Capital Tease
  • Nikki Pantenburg - dancer for Janet Jackson, Babyface, Ricky Martin and Prince
  • Adeline Pastor (born 1982) - ballerina; child prodigy; since 2008, principal dancer in Aalto Ballett Theater, Essen; [158] (as Edith Piaf in "Non, je ne regrette rien")
  • Danielle Peazer - British professional dancer; trained in ballet and hip-hop/contemporary; back-up dancer for Jessie J., Pixie Lott, LMFAO, Taio Cruz, Leona Lewis, the XFactor UK; [159]
  • Daniel Pegler - dancer on YouTube; not famous (yet); 20 years old; dancing teacher & dancer; [160]; [161]
  • Micaela Pond - parent of actress Lily Pond
  • Bryan Tanaka - choreographer and dancer
  • Spandy Andy - Vancouver-based Spandex dancer; [162]
  • Forrest Vance - dancer, choreographer
  • Maria Vegh - born in 1932, ballet dancer with Ballet Repertory Company of New York 1953-60 (soloist) & Royal Ponciana Theatre 1960-63 (principal dancer); co-director of Harkness House for Ballet Arts 1971-76, Artistic Director of Marin Ballet 1987-1993, continues to teach master classes internationally; author of To Dance, a syllabus for the training of ballet students based on her work as co-director of Harkness Ballet School with David Howard which revolutionized the teaching of ballet by incorporating the scientific principles of kinesiology and sports medicine for the first time; [163];[164]; [165]; (talk) 02:23, 17 June 2014 (UTC)
  • Mary Verdi-Fletcher - founder, Dancing Wheels in Cleveland, Ohio – an integrated dance company that unites stand-up and sit-down (wheelchair) dancers; [166]; Middletown, Ohio Journal-News April 2, 2015
  • Karima Mansour - Egyptian dancer, choreographer and teacher. Founder of MAAT for Contemporary Art and Cairo Contemporary Dance Center, first Contemporary Dance School in Africa and the Arab world.
  • Eva Encinias Sandoval-Flamenco dancer and choreogrpaher; director of National Institute of Flamenco in Albuquerque, NM; founder Festival Flamenco Internacional de Alburquerque
  • Choreographers and professional dancers

    • Netta Yerushalmy - New York based Choreographer. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2012. Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grant, 2018.
    • Leanne Stojmenov - born - Perth, Western Australia; award-winning principal ballerina, The Australian Ballet Company (currently a redirect)
    • Torron-Lee Dewar - Award-winning hip-hop dance choreographer; founder of Alliance Dance Unit and Olympic Torchbearer for the London Olympics. Author of 50 Ways to Become a Better Choreographer.
    • Kajira Djoumahna Creator of BlackSheep Improv Tribal Style (ITS), director of BlackSheep BellyDance, and host of TribalFest; innovated the ATS system, allowing for a more even use of both sides of the body (whereas ATS moves are all initiated on the right side), and providing a basis for the infinite variations of group improv and tribal style bellydance that we see today
    • Carolena Nericcio - creator of American Tribal Style (ATS) and director of FatChanceBellyDance. Her codified system of cues and combos is now used by tribal dancers all over the world, enabling dancers from different countries who have never met and may not even speak the same language to dance in synchronized improvisation with each other, such that the dance can appear choreographed. This innovation spawned countless descendents (known as SGI - synchronized group improv - formats), the most notable of which is the Improv Tribal Style (ITS) system as exemplified by BlackSheep BellyDance.
    • Jamila Salimpour - director of Bal Anat, which is regarded as the direct ancestor of American Tribal Style bellydance. She was the teacher of many of the historically important figures in Tribal Style, including John Compton.
    • John Compton (dancer) - pioneering figure of ethnic/folkloric, Middle Eastern, and early tribal style bellydance. He began as the only male member of Jamila Salimpour's Bal Anat troupe, with his iconic tray dance, and went on to form Hahbi 'Ru, which was a cornerstone institution of the California world dance and Renaissance faire community for many years. He died recently, universally mourned and revered by the tribal community today as one of the art form's groundbreakers. His career paved the way for acceptance of men as bellydancers in America.
    • Arna Singleton - professional hip hop dancer in internationally recognised hip-hop group Hollabak; [167]
    • Nicolas "Nico" Archambault - winner of So You Think You Can Dance Canada, Season 1
    • Stephanie Aven - based in Hollywood, CA; some credits include Madame Sunset & Her Hollywood Kittens, Sima Fischer(Miss Toronto), 125th Anniversary PSA for the American Red CRoss, Tomboys and Fishnets; has also worked as a professional dancer in the industry); Stephanie Aven is also pka Sunset Leigh aka Madame Sunset in the Neo-Burlesque Circuits)
    • Keltie Colleen
    • Aiden Davis - Britain's Got Talent sensation 2009
    • Kelly Devine - Broadway choreographer; credits include Rock of Ages and upcoming Rocky: The Musical
    • Neil Duggan - Ireland's premier Salsa instructor; has danced professionally for over 12 years; member, the Beat Boy Breakdance Troup
    • Eleanor Fazan (born 1930) - veteran film, TV and stage choreographer still active in the business as of 2008, and sometime stage director and actress
    • Jack Gray (dancer) - New Zealand Māori contemporary dance artist, choreographer, writer, and scholar [168]
    • Marisa Gruneberg - American modern dance choreographer; founder, Brooklyn-based dance company white road Dance Media
    • Serena Lecca - multiple winner of Italian and international dance competitions
    • Amanda Michelle Jiroux
    • Luam Keflezgy
    • Xavier Le Roy - French choreographer
    • Joshuah Michael
    • Luca "Lazy Legz" Patuelli - b-boy and inspirational speaker and member of the Ill-Abilities crew; [169]
    • Patrice M Regnier - choreographer, filmmaker, founder of Rush Dance
    • Doriana Sanchez - disco choreographer and is on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance regularly as a choreographer and judge
    • U-Min - Japanese hip hop dance group known for their slow-motion dancing and popping; featured in "Ching-a-Ling" music video by Missy Elliot
    • Sreelatha Vinod - bharathanatyam dancer and the best disciple of the legendary dhananjayans of Kalakshetra(chennai)
    • Tamambo (dancer) - One of the top-20 performers and choreographers in salsa and mambo; one of the founders of "London Style" salsa; originally from Iraq
    • Antoine Hunter - African-American and deaf/hard of hearing dancer, choreographer; founder, Urban Jazz Dance Company
    • Daksha Sheth - modern Indian dancer turned choreographer; founder, Daksha Sheth Dance Company; mother of Isha Sharvani
    • Spike Kinsey - YouTube personality gaining fame for his dancing videos
    • Chen Weiya - designer of the 2010 Asian Games opening and closing ceremonies; assistant to Zhang Yimou for the 2008 Beijing Olympics
    • Suzanne Lampl - Dancer with MOMIX for 15 years. Watch a video of a live performance with Renato Zero, Italian pop icon [170]
    • Gavin Roebuck - dancer and ballet promoter
    • Patti Wilcox - choreographer of Broadway shows Motown and A Night with Janis Joplin
    • Alan Bersten - Professional dancer and choreographer, troupe member on Dancing with the Stars, former dancer on So You Think You Can Dance [1][2][3][4]
    • Christopher Williams (choreographer) - New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Choreography (2010), Foundation for Contemporary Arts Fellow (2006), New York Dance and Performance "Bessie" Award winner (2005), critically acclaimed choreographer based in New York City. [171]; [172]; [173]; [174]

    Non-people dance topics

    Ballet-related non-people

    Dance companies

    • Alliance Dance Unit - Award winning London based dance company, specializing in various forms of dance. [202]
    • Final Phaze Performance Dance Troupe NFP Inc. - [203]
    • Hahbi 'Ru - folkloric/tribal bellydance/ethnic dance troupe from California, instrumental in the development of all aspects of tribal style American bellydance; recently disbanded after the death of director John Compton, who was a universally revered pioneer for the entire dance form
    • Bharatha Kalanjali - bharathanatyam academy in Chennai, India; run by dancing duo The Dhananjans; has been running for more than 40 years.
    • Bolly Flex - Bolly Flex is lead up of 12 very talented and passionate Bollywood Dancers from Flex FX Productions based in London UK. They are led by choreographer Naz Choudhury. They began their first headline as semi-finalists of Got to Dance.
    • Cleo Parker Robinson Dance School - based in Denver, Colorado
    • Daksha Sheth Dance Company - modern Indian dance company based in Trivandrum, Kerala; features Isha Sharvani as lead dancer
    • Ellis & Christine Rogers and the Quadrille Club - experts in historical dance, and host the Quadrille Club in London, UK, where social dances of the 19th century are taught in detail; [204]
    • Flex FX Productions - London-based event management and entertainment agency; known for hosting & organizing several prestigious bollywood events at some of the big venues in the country; currently organizing a asian unite event; [205] at The O2 Arena; [206]
    • Ill-Abilities - b-boy crew, composed namely of Luca Patuelli, comprised entirely of dancers who have a disability; featured on America's Got Talent
    • Indepen-dance- Indepen-dance is a Scottish inclusive dance organisation founded in 1996 by Karen Anderson.[207]
    • New DimensionZ - Toronto dance crew
    • Remote Kontrol - robotic dance crew; dress in gold clothes and masks
    • white road Dance Media - Brooklyn-based modern dance company; founded by Marisa Gruneberg; performing in NYC area since 2003; [208]
    • Bottlefed Ensemble - based in London, England
    • 子'OAM - That and RushBall. Japanese child streetdancers. SUPERKYOKA
    • Winnipeg's Contemporary Dancers - [209]
    • CAAM Chinese Dance Theater (CDT) - dedicated to preserving and celebrating the Chinese cultural heritage and enriching the cultural life of all Minnesotans through the universal language of dance; almost 20 years of history; has served the Twin Cities community with high-quality dance arts
    • El Paso City Ballet - ballet company El Paso, TX; [210]
    • Ballet El Paso - ballet company El Paso, TX (now defunct, I believe it used to be run by the UTEP Dance department)
    • National Institute of Flamenco-Flamenco dance company in Albuquerque, NM
    • Maritime Bhangra Group- A dance activism group based out of East Coast of Canada ( Halifax, Nova Scotia , Canada) which dances and make videos to raise money for Canadian charities and has raised more than $300,000 for different causes. They have been extensively covered by media all around the world. [5] [6] [7]

    Dance-service organizations

    • Career Transition for Dancers - American support organization for dancers making career transitions, based in New York City and Los Angeles, California
    • Country Dance and Song Society - American membership organization preserving Anglo American dance and song traditions; founded by Cecil Sharp in 1915; based in Easthampton MA. [211]

    Dance shoes

    • LaDuca Shoes - based in New York City; all shoes made in Italy








    • Music Modernization Act (Major legislation currently in the Senate that will bring about changes to U.S. copyright law that are for the most part supported by all facets of the music industry) (

    Record Labels

    • Terabyte Records (A Drum & Bass record label run out of the UK. It was registered as a Limited Company on 10th April 2012. It was founded by two artists, Auzi, and Altered Perception. It has a main catalogue with 30 releases to date, and a sub-catalogue called Hardwired, which has released 7 records to date.) (;;;;;) Auzijamesaustin (talk)
    • Blacksnipe Entertainment is a Nigerian-based Record label founded on August 19, 2009 by two Nigerian brothers, Frank Ogwu and Cyril Ogwu in Agbor, Delta State, Nigeria, West Africa. Before 6years, they were established with over 19,000 fans on facebook and search engines. They craved a vision of bringing up talented recording artists within the Africa and global standards. In November, 2014, they signed a global music partnership with Austrialia Record label, KVZ Music which was endorsed to distribute all musical works of Blacksnipe Record.[8] Blacksnipe Records has successfully achieved this by blending raw local talent with professional producers to market and present the product effectively. In May, 2015 they signed a music distribution deal with Sugo Music Group. Blacksnipe Records established partnerships with major production and publishing companies, locally and across the globe. In terms of distribution, the company partnered with major music distributors with the aim of distributing all of their musical products worldwide. The label also worked with various star producers and major recording studios both locally and internationally in order to produce quality music materials. Since its inception in 2009, Blacksnipe Records has established itself a major musical power house in the Nigeira Music Industry. In June, 2012, they signed their first artist, DR. GREAT to the label, an artist with great flair for hiphop/rap. In May, 2013, they signed their second artist, D.BANK, a gospel rap artist and later in July, 2014 due to unreconcilable differences between the artist and the label, the contract was terminated by the label.[9] Blacksnipe Records also developed wonderful music genres and now attracted some of Africa's most respected and talented Entertainment Celebrities which caused them to sign a management deal with Nigerian Star comedian whalemouth in June, 2015.[10] Also in May, 2015 they signed another non-exclusive digital music distribution with Valley Digital. BLACKSNIPE RECORDS is a renowned major musical label for all it's artists. In the past 6years of their hardwork, they have established a unique and strong business empire within the music industry, representing a diverse roster of event properties, consumer brands, Award winning artists like DR. GREAT, D.BANK, Comedian WhaleMouth amongst others. With their wide range of entertainment activities, they hosted DEG AWARDS in Septemeber, 2014 [11] in Delta State Nigeria which was announced on their official website.


    Codo … düse im Sauseschritt - a very popular Austrian/German song of the NDW (talk) 17:34, 25 May 2017 (UTC)

    There Is Love should redirect to Wedding Song (There Is Love) but I don't have permissions to create a redirect.

    Love Me Tomorrow is a song by Nik Ammar.

    Pornopolka is a song by Swedish band Hedningarna. It is part of an album called Trä. I would appreciate it if there was a page for this album and/or song.[12]


    Sammons Center for the Arts The Sammons Center for the Arts is housed in the Turtle Creek Pump Station built in 19091 in Dallas, Texas. It is the city’s first performing arts incubator. It provides office, meeting, rehearsal, and performance space for small and midsize nonprofit arts groups representing every performing arts discipline: opera, theater, choir, orchestra, jazz, cabaret, ballet and other forms of dance. It renovated the Turtle Creek Pump Station and began operations on March 1, 1988. Its mission is to grow the arts by fulfilling the needs of local performing artists, arts groups, audiences, and arts educators.

    3630 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75219

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    • The Mixus Brothers (band) The Mixus Brothers are an alt-country/Americana band from Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, formed in 2011 by Johnny Willette (Percussion, guitar, vocals), and Jacob Stempky (Guitar, Banjo, vocals) On Stage the Duo perform as Red Mixus and Jebbh Mixus, two brothers out to avenge their slights. They released their debut album Westward The Tide in 2012 on their self made label Slo Gin Records. Their most recent album, their fifth, To Hang Me High has been highly received and has had multiple songs played on radio stations across Pennsylvania including WYEP, 91.3 FM in Pittsburgh.

    The Mixus Brothers have played as a duo as well as a 4, 5 and 6 piece band. They have opened shows for some very well known acts including Simone Felice (of The Felice Brothers), The Lone Bellow, Cold War Kids, The Low Anthem, River Whyless and others.

    The duo derived their name from the best selling and most widely read Western novelist Louis L'amour and his book Showdown At yellow Butte. The names of each of their albums are based about L'amour books or short stories and additionally, each album has a song in the catalog named after the title of the album.

    Discography: LP - Westward The Tide, (2012) - To The Far Blue Mountains, (2014) - The Trail To Crazy Man, (2015) - Let the Cards Decide, (2016) - To Hang Me High, (2017)

    Website: [228] Facebook: [229] Twitter: [230] Instagram: [231] Spotify: [232] CD Baby: [233] Bandcamp: [234] Youtube: [235] Amazon: [236] Google: [237] iHeartRadio: [238]

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    • Lost Woods (band) Lost Woods are a five-piece indie rock group, hailing from Adelaide, South Australia.

    Lost Woods have shared the stage with the likes of Holy Holy, Kingswood, Alice Ivy, Harts, Andy Bull, Jesse Davidson, Maddy Jane, Bad Pony, Horror My Friend, Timberwolf and Hey Geronimo.

    Discography: EP - Lost Woods (2016) Singles - Ancient Psychic Tandem War Elephant (2015) - Vodka Ocean (2016) - Cinnamon (2018) - My Amazon (2018)

    Website: [250] Facebook: [251] Twitter: [252] Instagram: [253] Spotify: [254] Bandcamp: [255] Soundcloud: [256] Youtube: [257]

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    • Luke Cissell (Luke Cissell is a composer / multi-instrumentalist / recording artist)

    (Album review PopMatters July 2018 WRTI Top Ten Classical Releases 2017 Album review NewMusicUSA Artist Website Artist Bio NYPhilharmonic NWI Winners Announcement WUOL Classical Radio Performance String Quintet European Premiere IMDB profile String Quartet No. 1 Premiere iTunes page )

    • 48 Degrees North (formed in 2016) is an alternative rock band from Tacoma, WA. Their first EP, titled "Honest Talk" independently was released on August 31st, 2018.

    Band website: Band bio: iTunes page: Spotify page:

    • Corey Franks (born July 27, 1978) is an American singer-songwriter. His first EP, titled "Unfinished Business" was released June 18th, 2018 with Amuse Records. He had a single previously released with Def Jam Records called "Baby Its You" which is also on the EP.

    Associated Acts: Frankie J | Color Me Badd | V-Zilla


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    Shoreline Mafia is a Hip Hop collective based out of Los Angeles, CA. Members include rappers Ohgeesy, Fenix, Master Kato, and Rob Vicious. References

    (Ball in the House is an R&B/Soul/Pop a cappella group based out of Boston, MA created in the late 90s. With their extensive tour schedule, averaging 230 shows a year, Ball in the House has performed everywhere - from theaters to performing arts centers, fairs & festivals, to opening for some of the biggest acts in the world. They headlined/are headlining the 13th/14th China International Chorus Festival in Beijing in 2016/2018, and won the 2016 Boston Harmony Sweepstakes. For six years, they were the voices behind all the Cool Whip commercials and wrote and performed the jingle for Amazon’s Prime Day in 2015. Ball in the House has appeared on America’s Got Talent, The TODAY Show, China Central Television, and many more shows and networks. References

    Thorazine a punk rock band, reached, the peak of their mainstream infamy due to a trademark dispute with big pharma behemoth SmithKline Beecham in 1995. Thorazine formed in 1993 in Philadephia, PA and released two albums on Dionysus/HellYeah Records, Crazy Uncle Paul's Dead Squirrel Wedding in 1995 and Vicious Cycle 1997 as well as the single Merry Stupid F'ing Christmas and Coffee, Tea or Thorazine. The band is Jo-Ann Rogan(vocals), Elliott Taylor (guitar), Dallas Cantland (drums) and Dan Hoover (bass). References

    • Hance Alligood Best known as the singer for metalcore band Woe, Is Me from 2011 to 2013, and singer of the band Favorite Weapon from 2014-2015. Both bands were signed and released albums on Rise Records. Alligood was also the singer of Indianola Records band Oh, Manhattan. Alligood was born November 18, 1991 in Athens, Georgia and currently lives in Marble Falls, Texas.

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    • Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons. I started a page for this most excellent band and it was speedily deleted for notability, probably by someone who thinks 'bastard' is impolite. This band was established by Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell following the death of Motorhead frontman Lemmy. One of the most significant new bands to emerge in 2017, surely the fact it is the current band of a very well known artist is notability enough? One album and two EPs at Discogs [[284]]. I know google hit counts matter little but with 727,000 hits, I think the band's notability is not in question? Also [[285]]
    • Brett Randell (musician) (born August 1987) is an American singer-songwriter. Brett Randell released his debut Self-Titled EP in 2009 and his most recent EP "Rise" in 2015. He has performed across the United States and in Europe and plays music for yoga festivals, studios, and retreats across the world.

    Contents [hide] 1 Biography 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links 1. Biography[edit] Brett Randell was born in New York[1]. He moved to Austin, TX after University to pursue music instead of business (#). Randell traveled internationally from 2010 - 2017 performing soul-folk music[#]. In 2016 and 2017, Randell traveled around Ireland, Morocco, and Europe to play music at yoga festivals and retreats. He released his most recent EP “Rise” in 2015. 2 Discography • Rise (2015) • The Chapel EP (2015) • Glow (2010) • Brett Randell (2009) 3 References Brett Randell’s Dramatic “Rise” Bolder Beat- Brett Randell: Acoustic Soul Folk for the Traveling Soul HERE’S WHAT’S NEW IN DENVER MUSIC THIS NOVEMBER Get to know a Denver musician: Brett Randell Music - EP Review. Brett Randell: Rise Essentially Pop – The Rise of Brett RAndell Soundscape Magazine - Brett Randell Rise Review We Do IT For The Love of Music – Brett Randell Rise Brett Randell: UMD’s own rising singer/songwriter MyMetMedia – The musical yogi of Colorado 4 External Links Official Website

    (Scorn Of Creation have over 4000 fans on Facebook so far, over 60,000 views on our promo videos & the band has just been signed by Deadboy Records/Universal Music to release their 8 song debut album. Scorn Of Creation are a collection of seasoned New Zealand musicians from various bands (past & present) in the metal scene in New Zealand. Playing a style of aggressive, raw death metal reminiscent of the genre's pioneers such as Morbid Angel, Suffocation and Cannibal Corpse with a modern technical twist, the debut album is like a breath of fresh air in the modern climate of extreme music. Vocalist - Kris Gillan (ex Mindfuck) Guitarist - Seth Jackson (ex Bulletbelt) Bassist - George Prowse (ex Backyard Burial, The Dauntless) Drummer - Shaun Anderson (The Dauntless, Saving Grace, Depths) The lineup are a seasoned collective of some of New Zealand's most crushing live acts. The debut, self titled album 'Scorn of Creation' features guest vocals from Carnal's Dan Birrell and Bulletbelt's Jolene Tempest and hits store shelves and digital retailers on February 2nd 2018. Digital pre-orders are available now on iTunes, the debut single 'Realisation' will be available as an instant download with every pre-order and is also available as a standalone single.) (Album pre orders: Press release/label announcement: Band Website (Redirects to Facebook): Http:// "No Clean Singing" single review: Band Instagram: Http:// announcement: Debut single promo video: Debut single iTunes link:

    Ugly Blondes is four-piece rock band based out of Pittbsburgh, PA. Ugly Blondes formed in 2013 and has released 3 albums since creation; their first released in 2014. Their music has hints of rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock, and grunge. Main Vocalist/Guitarist - Nate Cross Guitarist - Justin Cross Bassist - Nick Chesko Drummer - Gareth Blyth Various articles and achievements can be found on Google by searching Ugly Blondes. Ugly Blondes won a 59-band battle of the bands at the tenth-annual Winter Rock Showcase in 2016 at the Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA. Their music can be found on all of the major music outlets. Official Website: Http:// Social Media: Http:// Music: Shows: Album Reviews Interviews: Video:

    A progressive metal band.

    Biography: German Jazz Musician (Trumpet), Composer and Producer It would be great to find a way of publishing an English equivalent here on the English Wikipedia of my already existing German Wikipedia article/biography. This article has already been drafted here and is called [Draft:Thomas Siffling] - including all necessary references and sources. Unfortunately that was apparently the wrong place to try and publish it. Therefore I would like to request the creation of this article at its appropriate place, independent of the Draft on my profile, which may well be deleted afterwards if necessary. Thank you! German Wikipedia: Official German Websites: Draft on English Wikipedia: [Draft: Thomas Siffling] Thomas Siffling (talk) 17:09, 15 February 2018 (UTC)

    Chicano musician. A few news articles give biographical details: Mentioned in:

    Hilastherion is a Christian Melodic Death Metal band from Vaasa, Finland. The information on Encyclopedia Metallum (The Metal Archives) should be relatively up to date.

    Lurm is a composer/producer/artist based out of Bellingham, WA. Discography: Mutagenesis, released October 2017 Copenhagenism, released April 2017 Album reviews: Official website: Instagram: Https:// Facebook: Https:// Unsplash art profile: Spotify: Bandcamp:

    STRAANGE is an American composer/ producer notably known for his contributions to innovating Electronic and Lofi Hip-Hop styles Discography: over hundred releases on/offline slowly being documented online Greece write up: French write ups: German " ": featured on Earmilk under KVZE: Featured on BBC.UK 2014 Boiler room: Spotify: Website: album reviews: notable mentions: bandcamps:



    Opera people

    Opera-related (companies, terms, venues, etc.)

    Theatre and stage





    • Lily Brooks O'Briant - child actress best known for her movie Shark Lake as Carly Gray, and Matilda: the Musical national tour as Matilda.
    • Toby B. Orenstein - the Artistic Director and owner of Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Columbia, MD. Orenstein is also the Founder and Director of the Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts, Inc. (CCTA).
    • Michael Orzechowski - playwright; wrote Noise Pollution: The Judofist Story
    • Olivia Phillip - British born actress/singer/dancer best know for her performances in The Book Of Mormon, Ghost: The Musical and Prisiclla Queen Of The Desert the Musical in London's West End.
    • Sophia Ragavelas - British musical-theater actress
    • Clara Ramona - flamenco dancer
    • Gerónimo Rauch - es:Gerónimo Rauch; [396]; musical-theater actor from Argentina; first gained fame by being a member of the boyband Mambrú; moved to Spain to star in a Spanish production of Jesus Christ Superstar, where he also performed in a production of Chicago and starred as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables from 2010 to 2012; then moved to the UK to resume his latter role, but in West End ([397]; [398]; [399]; [400]; stars (starred) as the title character in The Phantom of the Opera in London
    • Mário Redondo - Portuguese actor, singer and director. Best known for the title role in the Portuguese production of Sweeney Todd (2007). Also a prominent voice actor, with multiple roles in Portuguese versions of film and TV shows. []; []; []
    • Jacob Richmond - Canadian playwright; Legoland; Qualities of Zero
    • Josephine Rose Roberts - actress
    • Senne Rouffaer (died July 2006) - Belgian actor
    • Haeleigh Royall - actor, producer and script supervisor
    • Cheryl Royce - actor and playwright
    • Sandy Rustin - actress, playwright, and voice actor;; [401]; [402]; [403]; [404]; IMDb; [405]
    • Josh T. Ryan - actor and director
    • Yisroel Schumacher - Yiddish comedian
    • Michael Shaeffer - English actor; IMDb
    • Graciela Silvain - Argentinian soprano with the Theatro Colon in the 1940s
    • Ryan Silverman - singer, actor and a Broadway star from Canada; multiple Drama Desk nominee; a fixture on the pops symphony circuit; appeared on Gossip Girl and Sex and The City among other; performed in musical including Chicago, Passion, The Phantom of the Opera, Empire; toured internationally with productions including The Secret Life of Nora, West Side Story, Wicked;
    • Ed Simpson - playwright
    • Lucas Smith - actor of stage, screen and radio; [406]; appears in Channel 4's Fresh Meat and the film 27, Memory Lane; trained with John Bradley-West at the Manchester School of Theatre; stars in Series 3 of BBC Radio 3's Brief Lives with David Schofield and in BBC Radio 4's The Small House at Allington with Clive Mantle, David Bamber, Samuel Barnett, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Maggie Steed, Blake Ritson, Henry Devas
    • Christopher Snape - Australian lighting designer; [407]; [408]; [409]; [410]; [411]
    • Robin Sokoloff - Producer, Actress & Choreographer, formerly Robin Lisa Tyler; [412]; [413]; [414]; [415]; [416];
    • Tony Sportiello - actor and playwright
    • J Geoffrey Stevenson - mime actor. Deviser and performer of mime and physical theatre in the UK and Europe from 1978 - 1996. Trained with Adam Darius, acknowledged and adopted influences including Moving Picture Mime Show, Complicite, Trestle Theatre Company and Ecole Jacques Lecoq. As well as touring solo works, he created shows and performed in partnership with singers Graham Kendrick and Adrian Snell, poet Stewart Henderson, and dancer and choreographer Lizzi Kew Ross.
    • Frederick Strother - D.C./Baltimore stage actor; [417]; [418]; [419]
    • Christopher Sutton (actor) - American actor; Monty Python's Spamalot
    • Suzanne and Jim - old-time musicians
    • Nad Sylvan American born Swedish Musician/Singer/Song writer/Producer. Current solo album 'The Bride Said No' (2017), Previous album 'Courting The Widow' (2013) Previously in Unifaun and Agents of Mercy. Performs and records with Steve Hackett. His full biography can be found here; [420]
    • Malcolm Terrey - South African stage actor
    • Aaron Tierney - actor; from a wealthy Irish family of regal descent
    • Cecilia Tsan - musician; Chinese-French cellist [421]
    • Alysha Umphress - Broadway actress who appeared in American Idiot and its cast album; appears (appeared) as Hildy in the revival of On the Town
    • Ur2kam - Estonian male vocal quartet; [422]
    • Valeria Vasilevski - [423]
    • Vexare (real name Palmer Hogen) - EDM producer
    • Matthew S. Vodička (born 1983) - Czech-American playwright
    • Jamie Ward (actor) - half of the duo Wheeler and Ward; commercial actor
    • Eloise Watt (Eloïse Watt) - scholar and teacher of Shakespeare; founder of Shakespeare Workout
    • Sir Noah A Waters III, 32° F&AM - from Jacksonville, Florida; stand-up comedian, stage and screen actor, film maker, writer, novelist, screenwriter, playwright, television writer, theatre director, film and television director, film and television producer, auteur, performs and tours as a comedian or stand-up comic across the country; chief executive officer, owner and production head of Acentetus Artificium, Flawless Arts Production Company, Free Mason, York Rite Mason, Scotish Rite Mason, knighted member of the Grand Encampment of the Knights Templar, Order of Malta Knight, 15° Knight of the East, Sword, and Eagle, 18° Knight of Rose Croix, 21° Noachite, or Prussian Knight, 22° Knight of the Royal Axe, 25° Knight of the Brazen Serpent, 27° Knight of the Sun, 28° Knight Commander of the Temple, 29° Scottish Knight of Saint Andrew, 30° Knight Kadosh, or Knight of the White and Black Eagle, 32° Master of the royal secret or Knight Commander of the Court of Honour; member of the Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild Of America, Veterans in Film and TV, Producers Guild of America; soldier in the US Army Reserves; [424]; [425]; [426]; [427]; [428]; [429]; [430]; [431]; [432]; [433]; [434]; [435]
    • Natalie Weiss - actress and singer; semifinalist on american idol at age 19; performed in ensemble and understudied role of Elphaba in the 2nd us national tour of Wicked; performed in the US tour of Les Miserable; appeared in Broadway's everyday rapture; a YouTube sensation known for her "breaking down the riffs" videos, where she has hosted such notable guests as Broadway star Jessica Keenan Wynn, singer and vine star Avery Wilson, and star of Pitch Perfect and the Broadway hit musical Dear Evan Hansen Ben Platt; released a solo album in 2010, featuring a mix of pop covers and an original song written by Broadway composer Jason Robert brown; known for her rendition of "Quiet" by Jonathan Reid Gealt; [436]; [437]; [438]; [439]; [440]
    • David Cole Wheeler - actor and singer; half of duo Wheeler and Ward
    • Rick Wilcox - magician;
    • Jessica Keenan Wynn - NYC-based musical-theater actor
    • Larry Yando - Chicago-based stage actor; [441]; [442]; [443]; [444]; [445]; [446]; [447]
    • Nick Zagone - playwright
    • Sarah Perry-Nortjé (Golden New Germany Couple take Talent to the States) ( Sarah Perry-Nortjé (Face of Talent Africa KZN 2017) ( Sarah Perry-Nortjé (Face of Talent Africa KZN 2017) (


    Plays (including musical plays)


    Theatres and organizations

    (structures and companies or organizations, including festivals)

    • EFFUSION Drama
    • Findacadabra - online world database of places related to Magic (illusion);; MagicPedia; List of magic museums; Magic club; Manufacturers of magic effects
    • Frantic Assembly - England-based physical theatre company
    • Gardzienice - theatre company; based in Poland
    • Gi60 (also known as the International One-Minute Play Festival) -
    • Gingold Theatrical Group - New York City-based theater organization; presents the plays of George Bernard Shaw through a humanitarian lens; Features monthly readings with "star-studded casts" and yearly Shaw Symposium; [466]; [467]; [468];
    • Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre - Grosvenor Park, Chester, England since 2010; northern alternative to Shakespeare Globe Theatre and Regents Park Open Air Theatre
    • Gulfshore Playhouse ( is the oldest professional not-for-profit regional theatre in Naples, Florida. Founded in 2004, Gulfshore Playhouse currently performs in the Norris Center but is launching a capital campaign to build a state-of-the-art theatre complex in Naples. Currently, Gulfshore Playhouse produces six main stage productions, a New Works Festival for unproduced plays, and a variety of educational opportunities for children and adults. []; [469]; [470]; [471]; [472]; [473].
    • The HandleBards - World's first cycling theatre company ( [474]; [475]; [476]; [477]; [478]; [479]; [480]; [481]
    • Hartford Children's Theatre
    • Hartford Stage - Tony-Award-winning regional theater; had article but it was deleted due to copyvio
    • Hollywood Fringe Festival - LA's largest performing arts festival; one of the largest fringe festivals in the world;; [482]
    • The Hub Theater - historic;
    • IATI Theater - Modest venue for a performing arts nonprofit showcasing Latino theater, music, dance & workshops.; [483]
    • The Illusionists -
    • Impromptunes - improvised musical theatre troupe; established 2013;
    • Intrepid Shakespeare Company - Encinitas, California, professional theatre company; established 2009; focus in arts education; [484]; [485]; [486]
    • IPOP! Convention - bi-annual convention for actors, singers, dancers and models to meet agents and more
    • Irish Student Drama Association
    • Kanemaruza - Japan's oldest Kabuki theatre
    • Kay Meek Centre - centre for performing arts located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    • Kooemba Jdarra Indigenous Performing Arts - based in Brisbane, Australia; produces contemporary performances that present the stories of Indigenous Australians throughout Australia and internationally; incorporated in 1993, the International Year of Indigenous People; not-for-profit organisation that receives core funding through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Commission, Australia Council and Arts Queensland
    • Krazy Kujo
    • Eclipse Theatre Company - Eclipse Theatre Company is the leading black-led national theatre touring company in the UK, led by Artistic Director Dawn Walton; [487]; [488]; [489]; [490]; [491]; [492]
    • Hypokrites - Hypokrites is a Kolkata based theater group; [493]


    Other theatre topics


    • Drawn and Plastered - Canadian multi-media live art event
    • Visual Vernacular Theatrical storytelling art form strongly influenced by mime and the silent film era. VV is a popular art form in the Deaf community. It uses gestures, facial expression, body shifting, and classifiers to tell a story. No actual signs or fingerspelling are used when telling a VV story. Most VV stories use elements taken from cinematography including staying within a frame (the actor does not move across the stage), recreating different types of shots (close, medium, wide); and sometimes changing speed. Bernard Bragg was an early visual vernacular performer. Modern artists include Justin Perez and Crom Saunders. [545] [546]


    • Benjamin Maio Mackay - actor, radio presenter, podcaster, producer, director, singer, writer; [584]; [585]
    • Akeem Mair - American actor; [586]; [587]; [588]; [589]; [590]; [591]; [592]; [593]; [594]; [595]; [596]; [597]
    • Laura Mann - American actress; known for Some Girl(s) (2013), 1982 (2013), and Fringe; married to Chris Mann of NBC's The Voice, since July 5, 2013; maiden name Laura Perloe; [598]
    • Danielle Mansutti (YouTuber, Beauty Guru, Model) (
    • Morgan Margolis - CEO of "Knitting Factory", actor, producer, restaurant founder, son of actor Mark Margolis; [599]; [600]
    • Ed Marques – American television and film actor, stage director, writer
    • Miyuki Matsunaga - Japanese actress base in Los Angeles, creator and performer of MIYUKI GETA DANCE ART © ,voiceover actor, singer, announcer, master of ceremony, yoga teacher, Reiki healer, Chakra tuning folks healer,Japanese folk music singer, artist, GLOBICS creator and teacher, writer, Special needs children musical 'miracle cats' director, kids musical teacher, kids ballet teacher, Winners Japan award winner, puppet show creator; [601];[602]; [603];[604];[605];[606];[607];
    • Hollie McNish - British poet and spoken-word artist; notable for her poem "Embarrassed", which stirred debate about public breastfeeding; UK Slam Poetry champion 2009
    • Jun Mhoon - drummer; toured around the world with The Staple Singers and more; television and music producer of Chicago television show Steppin at Club 7, and co-creator of the Stellar Awards; former marketing executive for Janet Jackson, Sting, and more; first African American to become digital agreggator for iTunes; awarded with two platinum records and four gold records; [608] and]
    • May Muklé - early-20th-century cellist; quite a few inbound links to May Mukle
    • David Vox Mullen - singer, actor, comedian, podcaster and producer;; [609]
    • Lula C. Naff - talent and programs director for the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. She's already showcased on the Ryman Article but is significant enough to deserve her own page; [610]
    • Linda Oh - Malaysian-Australian jazz bassist; has collaborated with Fabian Almazan, Dave Douglas, Kenny Barron; recipient of the 2008 ASCAP Young Jazz Composers Award; [611]
    • Harry Oram – Hong Kong-born, British actor, writer and director
    • David Peachey (actor) - played Bernard on Bernard's Watch
    • Alexander Pechnikov (also Petschnikoff, Petchnikov, etc.), early-20th-century Russian violinist; appeared at times with the Russian Symphony Orchestra of New York; The New York Times article "Petschnikoff's Violin Above His Family", 18 Nov 1906, p. 8
    • Wes Peden - Professional juggler [612]
    • Tony Ramey - American musician and singer-songwriter; [613]; twenty-year veteran of the songwriting community in Nashville, Tennessee, with four Gold Records and two Platinum Record Awards, a Broadcast Music Incorporated Award for top-15 performed songs on Doug Stone in 2000; touring full time and recently landed a duet with Willie Nelson, which has been released to radio stations; known for his story-telling skills and his soulful, heartfelt vocals; will be featured on Good Morning Texas, and has already had interviews on local television stations in the Texoma area, along with featured on public television station in the Appalachian region (where he originally hails from)
    • Colleen Raney - Irish-American singer, actor, dancer, and producer; [614]; [615]
    • Daniel Rumanos - stage magician; horror/mystery author: [616]; [617]
    • Erica Schreiner - video and performance artist, New York
    • Pandora Scooter - national touring DIY performance poet/spoken word artist, LGBTQ activist, co-founder of the United States' longest-running LGBTQ Open Mic
    • Amar Sen - hand shadow grapher;
    • Dave Shirley - competed on America's Got Talent Season 8
    • Bela Silva (full name MariaFflorbela Conceição Silva) - artist; has masters in fine arts from Art Institute of Chicago; [618]
    • Lou Tavano - French jazz singer
    • Joe J. Thomas (American Voice Actor in Video Games, Animation, Anime, Feature Films, and ADR/Dubbing) [619] [620] [621] [622] [623] [624] [625] [626] [627] [628] [629] [630] [631] [632] [633] [634] [635] [636] [637] [638]
    • Demondrae Thurman - Virtuoso Euphonium Player, Professor of Low Brass at the School of Arts at Samford University [639]; Example of his Euphonium playing: [640]
    • Jacquez Vargas - American musician/songwriter/producer; [641]


    TV/Movie Actor

    • Max Baker- (Actor and playwright) ( ( (
    • Annie-Sage Whitehurst- (Actor) (


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